animated series The New Woody Woodpecker Show © Universal
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The New Woody Woodpecker Show

Woody Woodpecker returns to televison for a new run of adventures; whether he’s mooching from his neighbor Wally Walrus, annoying his irritable landlady Ms. Meany, outsmarting con-artist Buzz Buzzard, or practicing his beloved golf and highland games. Woody is always there with his sense of fun, slacking off and distinctive laugh. Ah-Ha-Ha-ha-HA!

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I loved the original series and I love this one now that I just ran into it. I was testing DISHonline for my job at DISH Network and I was...
Created by: Universal
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Billy West ... Woody Woodpecker, Wally Walrus, Smedley, Doug Knutts
Mark Hamill ... Buzz Buzzard, Tweaky Da Lackey
B.J. Ward ... Winnie Woodpecker
Andrea Martin ... Ms. Meany
E.G. Daily ... Knothead
Nika Futterman ... Splinter
Directed by: Alan Zaslove
Produced by: Alan Zaslove and Diane A. Crea
Writing Credits: Kelly Ward, Eleanor Burian-Mohr, Michael Merton, Richard Pursel, Jeff Nimoy, Travis Clark, Sean Roche, Charles Schneider and Ken Solomon
Based on: Characters created by Walter Lantz Productions.

animated series The New Woody Woodpecker Show © UniversalThis series episodes are comprised of three short cartoons, the second of which usually feature either: Woody’s nephew Knothead and Niece Splinter. His adaptable girlfriend Winnie, or Chilly Willy and his own battle of wits with Smedley or Maxie the bear (usually to do with finding warmth and/or food).

The original Woody Woodpecker Show (1957) consisted of his and related characters (Chilly Willy, Andy Panda, etc) theatrical shorts, wraparounds and a live-action piece presented by Walter Lantz himself. The 1957 show was sponsored by Kellogg’s, the breakfast cereal giant.

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